The River Joins The Vidare Creative Family

Nashville based Vidare Creative welcomes WCVO “The River” in Columbus, OH to their client roster with an exclusive agreement to provide fundraising services. Vidare will provide training, coaching, and hosting for the station’s on-air fundraisers, as well as ongoing fundraising support through their “Fundraising 365” strategy. In addition, Vidare Partner Paul Goldsmith will provide ongoing work with the station in programming consulting and talent coaching.

“I’m full of anticipation bringing Vidare Creative and our donation team together with our community to serve them in all new ways,” says The River GM Dan Baughman. “Not only is 2020 a new year but a new decade, I can’t wait to see what God has planned.”

Development Director Dave Stephens added, “After years of working with Bill and Dave for Sharathon event support, I look forward to working with them in a more strategic capacity. I am excited to dive deeper into the idea of Fundraising 365, and see how we can better intentionally celebrate our listeners for their investment year-round.”

Vidare Creative partners Paul Goldsmith, Bill Scott, and Dave Kirby bring over 100 years of collective radio and fundraising experience to work for their clients. They are currently welcoming new clients, both in the radio and general non-profit sector. To find out how you can work with Vidare Creative, contact Paul Goldsmith at paul@vidarecreative.com.

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